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Find a short, medium or long length 'do to suit your oval face shape with these great hairstyle options!

An oval face shape has a rounded hairline, is slightly narrower at the jaw line compared to the temples and features a length that is around one and half times the size of the width – making it an ideal shape to balance hairstyles in any length or hair texture!

To really make the most of your oval face shape, it's a good idea to choose a hairstyle that will highlight a great facial feature, such as your eyes or cheekbones, or something that will show off your face.

For an idea on the types of styles to choose, take a look at these short, medium and long length hairstyles...

Short Hairstyles for Your Oval Face Shape


Model with short straight blonde hairModel with short curly blonde hair

Our first short hairstyle (pictured left) is a great tapered cut that shapes nicely around the face to bring out the best in your versatile shape. The great deep side hair part, sweeping bangs and shiny straight length makes this the perfect understated hairstyle for any occasion, and the perfect low-key option to give your face all the attention.

For a short style with sass, curls are always a winner (pictured right) and look really fantastic when framing a balanced oval face shape. Eyebrow length side-swept bangs and some great two-tone highlights complete this short look and give it a great finish.

Mid-length Hairstyles for Your Oval Face Shape


Model with mid-length brown bobModel with wavy mid-length hairstyle

If your hair is medium length then you can really play it up with a variety of options that will match and enhance your oval face shape. One such option is a layered bob hairstyle (pictured left) that will frame your face. The addition of heavy cut bangs will bring drama and attention to your eyes and have the added advantage of working well with your face shape because the width and length won't be overwhelmed by such show-stopping bangs.

Our second mid-length hairstyle uses hot hair roller set waves to create a flattering and feminine hairstyle (pictured right). By pinning the waves back into an elegant finish, this style features enough width in the right places to flatter your face and bring attention to your cheekbones.

Long Hairstyles for Your Oval Face Shape


Model with short straight red hairModel with short straight red hair

Long hair looks great on the petiteness of an oval face shape because it doesn't drag down the length of your face, which can happen with longer face shapes. This enables you to pull off long and luscious styles, such as our first option. This great layered hairstyle (pictured left) features hair layers styled to shape in below the jaw line to highlight the contours of the chin and lower face shape, bringing total focus to your face.

For a long hairstyle with panache, use your length and the fact that you can pull off any hairstyle to your advantage and go for a volume filled, backcombed updo (pictured right). Paired with very full bangs and some lovely curly hair strands along the sides of the face, this hairstyle offers beautiful qualities that will look fantastic at any event.

For more great short, medium and long looks that will work with an oval face shape, check out our range of hairstyles today.

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